Look, you're suffering from the same problem in this fic as you did in the previous one I commented; you jump in with both feet to a story that you have worked out in your head but it doesn't communicate itself to the reader. Why has PLANT (or ZAFT) submitted to outside authority in the form of the EFMP? Why would a drug cartel have access to mobile suits? Or why would they kill Lacus; it is not as if killing her will undo the creation of the EFMP. In more "real" terms, most drug-cartels understand that if they rock the boat too hard, they will suffer consequences. In the war-torn world of CE, they might actually make a killing (in monetary terms) quite easily without calling attention to themselves. Give them a clearer motivation to hunt down Lacus instead of making them insane(ly stupid) movie-villains.
Maybe that'll come in the later episodes.
Feelgood was once again enraged. He killed the henchman that told him the bad news and went on a temper tantrum in his 'throne room'. Knocking stuff down, beating his henchmen, and kicking down his golden throne with angels on it. He walked over to a mirror with crack-cocaine on it, and snorted a couple of lines of the powder to calm himself down.
Ummm this guy cannot be operating an outfit of any finesse to speak of. Killing your henchmen randomly and beating them up tends to lower morale and make it more likely for you to get shot in the back. You're smack in the middle of movie-villain territory here. Plus, if you're going to do a story about drugs, you need to do some research accordingly. Crack isn't exactly the stuff that mellows you out.
That would be weed.
But your language has been improving a bit, so that's progress.